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Letters to the Editor -- July 14, 2005


Churchholds ground-breaking

Markingthe first local church construction project in many years,Christ Episcopal broke ground Sunday for a planned $200,000addition to their century old...

BlackRock Cable to offer fiber optic access for city

Blainecity council approved a franchise agreement this past Mondayallowing Black Rock Cable to build a fiber optic networkwithin the city.

Comecelebrate a grand opening!

WhenBlaine’s Pacific Building Center took overthe old Shanty Town Tavern on Bell Road five years ago,it took almost eight months to turn the place...

2010Olympics driving border infrastructure concerns

“Ifthe story of the games becomes what happens at the borderit will be very bad for the image of the United States,” BellinghamWhatcom Convention...

Aroundthe City

• The NorthCascades Concert Band will perform at the Sculptures, Sunsets andSerenades concert at Blaine Marine Park from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., SaturdayJuly...

Headout to Discovery Days

Thinkback to a few hundred years ago when the Northwest wasuntamed wilderness. It was then that the fearless captainGeorge Vancouver and his men engaged...

Residentsurged to weigh in on growth concerns

Populationgrowth inside the Blaine city limits began acceleratingrapidly three years ago and at this time there’sno end in sight, according to figures...

Countycouncil pledges progress on roads

Residentsin Birch Bay may see some relief to traffic congestionon Birch Bay Drive and Lincoln Road as soon as 2008.


Police Report -- July 14, 2005


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